Training & Development
Developing managerial staff
To maintain our operational strengths and talent competitiveness, YFY focuses on developing and accumulating managerial-level talent and forward-looking succession planning.
Our system for developing senior management staff includes:
- Comprehensive management training: interpersonal skills, leadership skills, business administration skills.
- International exchanges and professional conferences: YFY’s core professional and technical conferences include the Paper and Pulp Science International Conference co-organized with North Carolina State University and the Corporate Patent Enforcement Conference of the Association of Corporate Patent Executives.
- Dedicated staff development program: Systematic talent identification, strategic staff development plans, and periodic reviews of staff development goals.
A comprehensive and thorough education training system
1. Orientation training
Two-day overnight orientation training sessions are held three to four times per year. The orientation training involves the entire company, and it covers "getting to know YFY's products", "YFY's HR management regulations", "sharing of managerial experiences", "tour of the mill" and so forth. The objective is to ensure that newcomers adapt to YFY more quickly.
2. Rank based educational training
Training designed to raise the standards of HR quality across divisions within the company.
- Orientation training
- Reserve staff training
- Staff training
- Staff training
- Executive staff training
3. Role based educational training
- On-the-job training implemented by immediate supervisors in order for employees to understand the specialized knowledge and skills related to the division or operations of the division.
- Courses that are designed to solve various problems faced by each division; these courses can be divided into categories of elementary, professional training and problem solving.
4. Online learning
This involves E-learning via the Internet. It is a system of comprehensive learning through self-developed courses and external courses which can effectively promote the concept of "a learning organization" in the hopes of enhancing the quality of YFY employees and the overall competitiveness of the company.
5. Off-the-job training
Encouraging employees to take part in off-the-job training such as professional training, language learning, self-development courses and so forth.
6. On-the-job training
Rewarding employees to make use of their personal time off work to enroll for further education at universities, graduate schools or taking credit courses related to their job description so as to nurture outstanding employees who possess both theoretical knowledge and practical skills.